Lisa joined Inside Edition in 2006 as the West Coast correspondent covering breaking news, human interest stories and the entertainment industry. She was promoted to chief investigative correspondent in 2010 and in her 13 years on the show the ratings have consistently increased. After a move to prime access, ratings skyrocketed and, in 2018, Inside Edition surpassed Entertainment Tonight in the national ratings for the first time in the 30-plus year history of the show.
Besides being a ratings catalyst, Lisa’s reports have helped solve dozens of crimes and put criminals behind bars, they’ve changed legislation and company policies across the country and helped to shine a light on human sex trafficking, child abuse and cold case murders. She has also revealed to the public hundreds of scam artists, dirty politicians, cheaters and crooks. Her investigations have been profiled in Newsweek, The New York Times and The Washington Post.
Lisa is also a popular keynote speaker whose platform, “Being Brave” motivates a wide range of audiences from corporate seminars to women’s organizations to youth groups, with the tools to unleash their inner courage by learning her 4 Steps To Being Brave.
During her “off time” from Inside Edition, Lisa has guest co-hosted The View and has been a special correspondent for Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz and she is also a frequent guest panelist on CNN and HLN and guest hosts on KABC Radio in Los Angeles with Dr Drew and Jillian Barberie.
Before joining Inside Edition, Lisa spent over a decade as a nationally recognized sports reporter on CBS, Fox, ABC and ESPN having anchored and reported for dozens of shows including The Best Damn Sports Show Period. She has interviewed hundreds of athletes, including Alex Rodriguez, Kobe Bryant, Brett Favre and Mia Hamm. Lisa was the first journalist (male or female) to ask Barry Bonds, on camera, if he’d taken
steroids. She has broadcast from seven Super Bowls, five World Series and four NBA national championship games as well as the World Figure Skating Championships. In 2003, Lisa was the sideline reporter for ABC’s Monday Night Football and Al Michaels called the ratings increase that season “the Guerrero factor.”
Lisa is an experienced actress with guest star appearances on Southland, George Lopez and Frasier and she
was a series regular on Aaron Spelling’s Sunset Beach. She also played herself in the Academy Award nominated film Moneyball. In 2006, Lisa served as executive producer on the feature film, A Plumm Summer (Paramount), starring Billy Baldwin and Henry Winkler. Lisa makes her home in Southern California when not on the road doing motivational speaking or chasing bad guys for Inside Edition.
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